Judicial Process in the EU

 

 IN 2012, THE CLASSES START ON THE 15TH OF OCTOBER AT 19.00 H IN ROOM No IV IN CIRILOMETODSKA STREET

 

LINK TO THE MATERIALS FOR THE CLASSES IN 2012-2013

 

Course taught by Tamara Ćapeta (tcapeta@pravo.hr)

Professor of EU Law

University of Zagreb

Faculty of Law

 

Offered in following Programmes:

AMES - Advanced Master of European Law

Master of Law (5th year)

 

Course Description

This course is an advanced EU law course offered to students of law (5th year) and postgraduate students of University of Zagreb (Advanced Master of European Studies). ECTS is recognised within the law degree programme and AMES.

The course aims at explaining the organization and functioning of the EU judiciary, consisting of the courts established at the EU level, but also of all existing Member States’ courts. Students will learn about and discuss internal organization and main heads of jurisdiction of the European Court; explore how has the European Court of Justice influenced and shaped European legal order; and discuss the legitimacy of the courts’ role in policy shaping. As far as domestic courts are concerned, the course will particularly focus on their relationship with the European Court of Justice; and make students rethink some of the doctrines that involved domestic courts within the EU judiciary, such as doctrine of direct effect, supremacy, or doctrine of indirect effect

The classes are organised partly as lectures and partly as discussion. Students are expected to prepare for each class and to participate actively. Reading for classes shall be posted on this web.

 

Syllabus 

Reading

 

 


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